1. Distribution’s Return Trip: Two Hollywood Studios, Money, and Japan, 1921–1941
  2. Eric Hoyt
  3. pp. 5-20
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  1. Self-Regulation through Distribution: Censorship and the Comic Book Industry in 1954
  2. Shawna Kidman
  3. pp. 21-37
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  1. Television beyond the Networks: First-Run Syndication of Original Content in the 1970s
  2. Karen Petruska
  3. pp. 38-57
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  1. Redistributing Japanese Television Dorama: The Shadow Economies and Communities around Online Fan Distribution of Japanese Media
  2. Rayna Denison
  3. pp. 58-72
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  1. A Peripheral Market?: Hollywood Majors and the Middle East / North Africa Market
  2. Nolwenn Mingant
  3. pp. 73-87
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  1. Palimpsests of Power: UNESCO-“Sponsored” Film Production and the Construction of a “Global Village,” 1948–1953
  2. Regina Longo
  3. pp. 88-106
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  1. On-Demand Culture: Digital Delivery and the Future of Movies by Chuck Tryon
  2. Annie Major
  3. pp. 107-108
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  1. Wired TV: Laboring Over an Interactive Future ed. by Denise Mann
  2. Laura Felschow
  3. pp. 109-110
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  1. Reading the Bromance: Homosocial Relationships in Film and Television ed. by Michael DeAngelis
  2. Michael Rennett
  3. pp. 111-113
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  1. Spectacular Digital Effects: CGI and Contemporary Cinema by Kristen Whissel
  2. Laura Felschow
  3. pp. 114-115
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-4
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